The lysine acetyltransferase activator Brpf1 governs dentate gyrus development through neural stem cells and progenitors

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  2. National Research Council of Canada. Human Health Therapeutics
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Subjectacyltransferase; eomesodermin; histone; protein Brpf1; regulator protein; transcription factor Sox2; unclassified drug; animal cell; animal experiment; animal tissue; brain development; Brpf1 gene; cell cycle progression; cell migration; dentate gyrus; developmental gene; epigenetics; forebrain; gene inactivation; hippocampus; histone acetylation; hypoplasia; learning; memory; mouse; nerve cell differentiation; nervous system development; neural stem cell; protein binding; protein depletion; transcription regulation
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